Scientific dissemination

One of the commitments of the Institute for Research on Game Resources (IREC - CSIC, UCLM, JCCM) towards society is to publicize our research work, which covers various aspects related to wildlife, game species and their environment, with special interest in conflict resolution. For this reason, we have included among our priority objectives communication and dissemination of scientific research carried out in our center and the promotion of scientific culture.

With the intention of bringing scientific activity closer to the public, IREC researchers organize and participate in various activities and events scientific communication and dissemination, such as fairs, workshops, courses, conferences, talks, round tables and science weeks, as well as open days.

On the other hand, in addition to disseminate scientific activity to the media developed by the different IREC research groups (projects, congresses, publications, seminars, conferences, etc.), we elaborate various types of communication and outreach materials, among which are included monographs, manuals, infographics, leaflets or brochures, to make them available to society and interested professional groups.

Science week 2009

Our goal was to make a recreation with the public, of the work developed by the researchers, within a research project: presentation of the study area, where field studies are conducted. Simulation of...

BOOK: "The Spanish game species in the XXI Century"

El libro "Las Especies cinegéticas españolas en el siglo XXI" cuenta con una contribución científica destacada por parte del Instituto de Investigación en Recursos Cinegéticos (IREC – CSIC, UCLM, JCCM), y es el resultado...

Genetic diversity reduces the risk of infection of tuberculosis in deer

In this article published in the magazine TROPHY is summary the results of a research of the Group of research in health and biotechnology (wise) of the IREC and of the center of research in biodiversity and...

La rotura de cuernas: clave para la mejora de trofeos… ¿y para la medicina...

Disclosure article entitled "the antlers breaks: key to the improvement of trophies... and bone medicine?", published in the issue of February 2013 of the magazine hunting and Safari and in the...

IREC participates in the report on climate change in Castilla - La Mancha

Researchers from the Sage Group (health and biotechnology) and toxicology of IREC have collaborated in the drafting of the report identified effects and perception of climate change in the countryside of Castilla - La Mancha...

The IREC in the scientific documentary “The tale of the Azure-winged magpie”

En este documental, el Dr. José Antonio Dávila, del Grupo de Investigación en Biodiversidad Genética y Cultural del IREC, ayuda a resolver uno de los mayores enigmas de la ornitología moderna, la desconcertante distribución...

Hunting: A key tool for overabundance control

In our increasingly more remote rural society, Hunt is strongly questioned. It is expected that this situation evolve a worst complies to decrease the number of hunters (Massei et al., 2015)...

Scientific dissemination on game research in Fecircatur

IREC participates at the fair of hunting and tourism in Ciudad Real (Fecircatur) organized a meeting of scientific disclosure relating to hunting involving researchers from the University of Castilla - the...

Science Week 2012

With the aim of bringing to the school main lines of research that scientists of the IREC develop, we've visited six public colleges in Ciudad Real that we carry out an educational workshop...

Conference: "Hunting, nature and society"

La conferencia “Caza, naturaleza y sociedad”, impartida por el Profesor Pablo Campos Palacín, continuará el 20 mayo de 2021 con el ciclo de conferencias de la exposición “La Caza: un Desafío en Evolución”. A lo...

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